NZ Trucking Gear
Driving autonomously into the future
Insights into the new technologies now powering an ancient industry
Contrary to some reports, Ports of Auckland has not been directly affected by the global cyber attack.
A media release said they were assisting one of their customers, Maersk Lines, which had been affected.
Truck & Trailer Parts (TATP) general manager Scott Holt reports that sales of Fuwa axles have broken through the 300 sold mark in New Zealand.
Sold exclusively by TATP in New Ze...
Navistar International Corporation has announced that Bernardo Valenzuela is returning to the company in the newly created role of vice president of export, and president of Mexico...
Anthony Wood was topping up his tank with AdBlue in Palmerston North when Faye Lougher caught up with him.
Stephen Ryan, 37, has been driving trucks for almost 20 years, mainly for his uncle’s business, Caffrey Brothers from County Meath in Ireland.
Allan Schulz had just pulled in to a site on Tremaine Avenue in Palmerston North and was waiting for his turn to load when Faye Lougher spotted him.
We’ve decided to say ‘Good on ya mate’ to Daryl this month after hearing he’d won the 2017 Linehaul Contractor of the Year at the Fastway Couriers Excellence Awards held in Rotorua recently.
When your regular daily route tackles the steep remote west coast of Tasmania, there’s a few things you need in a truck; plenty of power, good reliability and back-up service.
The Waikato-Tainui owned Ruakura inland port development has taken a major step forward with the announcement today of a joint venture partnership with a world-class port operator....
Copyright © 2020 NZ Trucking. All rights reserved.
Powered by nopCommerce